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Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Some Vintage Treasures on Rednesday

Some of Genie’s Household Treasures

The hand beater and rolling pin were my mother’s.
The rooster pot was a Christmas gift from a special friend
and fellow teacher. 

24 comments:

  1. i like the collection as well as the photo.

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  2. My mom used a hand beater at times... I never could make it behave though. LOL Seriously... the thing would wobble all over in the bowl!!

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  3. nice collection and i love that you have your moms old pin and beater :)

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  4. Wow!
    I absolutely love those treasures and the shot!
    Lovely!
    :-D

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  5. I love those - especially the beater and rolling pin that was your moms.

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  6. Beautiful capture and beautiful antiques from your mom. Works beautifully with the rooster pot. I enjoyed scrolling down looking at more photos. The fire must have been a scary sight. Sure hope you are doing well after all the medical test.

    ~Emily
    the French Hutch

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  7. Gee, I remember my Mother using the rolling pin and the mixer - and I have both plus the olde rooster salt n pepper shakers - all items my Mom gave to me some time ago. I remember her rolling out cookie dough and mixing like crazy . Nice Thoughts and great photo Genie - Have a great day. Hope your feeling better and hope the fire is calming down . Take Care

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  8. Oh my, how your lovely photo brings back wonderful memories of my mother using her hand-held beater and rolling pin to make us her best lemon meringue pie! Genie, I so much admire your musical talent and photography!

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  9. How well I remember the mixer. What great fun we had scraping the cake mix from it when Mum had finished using it. Good memories.

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  10. What a great vignette you made with these vintage items.

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  11. Special treasures! It's like a time capsule opened for all to see.

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  12. Super cute combo. I love anything with the red wooden handles. Also very special it belonged to your mom.
    Ann

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  13. Hi Genie-
    I wanted to thank you for stopping by my blog...your's is very cute! I love your little collection here. What's great about it, is that the pieces came from your mother and your friend...not just the Goodwill! Very special.
    Have a great day, Erica :)

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  14. Loved seeing you red vintage goodies.

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  15. Oh girl, these treasures are right up my alley. I love red and white vintage! How fun that two of them are family heirlooms! love, love the pitcher also. I have an old rolling pin and a yellow beater. Still keeping my eyes out for a red one. I have a new linky party, Share Your Cup Thursday. It's about sharing things that make you happy. I would love for you to share this!
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  16. I can remember using those hand beaters growing up. :)
    You set up a lovely still life shot!

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  17. my mom had the rolling pin and the beater, exact same kind. love that pot

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  18. That is exquisite!
    Very nice, indeed!
    BShell

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  19. Lovely photo. My husband has worn out several of these old hand mixers. We are always looking for them in the resale shops.

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  20. That wonderful memories I bet you have when you look at these.

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  21. Wonderful pic ! Great collection!

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